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A teenager who shaved his head to raise money for charity returns to class after being put in isolation for four days by his school.
Rory Cellan-Jones talks to Raspberry Pi creator Eben Upton about the new and improved model.
A man in his 20s dies following a fire at a house in Ballyclare, County Antrim.
Lions pair wing George North and hooker Richard Hibbard return for Wales in Friday's Six Nations opener against England.
Hungary's PM Viktor Orban is under a cloud of criticism - at home and abroad - as Germany's Chancellor Merkel visits, Nick Thorpe reports from Budapest.
A record number of complaints has been made against police in England and Wales, says the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Striker Diafra Sakho and West Ham face a Fifa inquiry over his withdrawal from Senegal's Africa Cup of Nations squad.
Court in Egypt upholds death sentences against 183 Muslim Brotherhood supporters over police killings in 2013.
A second UK military healthcare worker is flown back to London following "likely exposure" to the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone
Tottenham striker Harry Kane signs a new five-and-a-half-year contract with the north London club.
Every year about 11,000 children are taken into local authority care without the consent of their parents.
Growth in the UK manufacturing sector picked up slightly in January following a modest recovery in export orders, a closely-watched survey indicates.
Complaints against two Welsh police forces have gone up, according to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
How to Train Your Dragon 2 stakes its claim to this year's animated feature Oscar by taking top honours at the 42nd Annie Awards in Los Angeles.
Police arrested 37 people for offences connected with the Celtic v Rangers football match in Glasgow on Sunday.
Pro-Russian separatist leader Alexander Zakharchenko announces plans to recruit 100,000 men, as fighting with Ukrainian forces intensifies.
Does cold weather sometimes feel worse than it is?
A disabled man who was mugged outside his Tyneside home says he will put hundreds of thousands of pounds raised in online donations "to good use".
Politicians in Aberdeen will urge ministers to back a £2bn city plan to secure the future of North East Scotland's oil and gas industry.
Inside Kobane, the town which repelled IS but paid a heavy price